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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blaupunkt cancun cr63 car radio
I'm having the exact same symptoms and have had the same luck online. My guess is that the logic got fried during the "brown out" while trying to crank the engine on a very low battery. I thought I might find something about the "VF" and "SK" modes that it is getting into (pretty cool if I weren't missing my radio stations). I'm guessing they are European bands or something. Also getting into a CD changer mode - funny since this was a pretty low-end cassette tape model. My Cancun is 12 years old. What I'm going to try (when it stops raining) is to disconnect the battery leads for 15 minutes or so and then reconnect to see if that clears out the radio memory (if I could easily identify the correct fuse, that would make the process much easier but, alas, I can't). Let me know if you have tried anything else and I'll let you know if my attempt works.
Posted on Aug 18, 2007
SOURCE: Radio wont work
go buy a new radio. You can usually get free installation. If you are a do it yourselfer. Then go to crutchfields web site. They are great, they give you the adaptor plates and wire harness to go from what ever radio you get to the car, with no splicing (cutting and reconnecting of wires) They will tell you what radios will not work and tell you what ones will.
Sorry to say it but you have power to the radio, and there are really 3 things a radio needs to work. power, speakers, and a signal. you can check the antena to make sure its not broken or disconnected. but most of the times its the radio
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
SOURCE: changing the time
Here's a link to the manual Pioneer's web site.
Here's how you set the time (from page 16 in the manual):
1: press SOURCE and hold until the unit turns off.
2: Press AUDIO repeatedly until the clock appears in the display
3: Press (left arrow) or (right arrow) to select the segment of the clock display you wish to set (hours, minutes)
4: Press (up arrow) or (down arrow) to set the clock.
- To cancel clock settings, press BAND
- to save clock settings press AUDIO until the display stops blinking
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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i had this problem in my ute, if you take out the glove box (simply pull it towards you) there will be a small panel on your right (if you are in the passenger footwell), it's located just to the left of the radio and has 2 small screws, if you remove them this plastic panel will be able to be pulled away and in there will be a unit that looks like a modem, simply unplug the power from this and the voice in problem will be gone! i disconnected mine completely and removed it.
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